May and June Board Meetings

Our next SAFe Rescue Board Meeting will be held on May 16th from 7-9 pm. As always, our meetings are open to guests. This one is being hosted in a private home, so we can’t post the location online. If you’d like to join us, please contact Lisa Reid, at lisa@SeattleAreaFelineRescue.org or 206.730.5278 for directions. […]

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Team Feline Needs You!

Looking for GiveBIG 2018? Click here? GiveBIG is coming up on May 10th, and the kitties need some dedicated cat people to help spread the world… people like YOU! There are lots of fun, easy ways to join “Team Feline” and help make this life-saving event a success for the kitties! Share an “#Unselfie” on social media and […]

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GiveBIG 2017 for Homeless Cats

Looking for 2018 GiveBIG? Click here! Less than two weeks ’til GiveBIG on May 10… and online gift scheduling opens today! Here at the rescue, we’re crossing our paws for a great event. And we need your help! What is GiveBIG? GiveBIG is a local 24-hour online event hosted by The Seattle Foundation. It’s also […]

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Household Dangers for Cats

When you take home a new kitty, it’s always a good idea to pet-proof your living space and remove any household dangers for cats. Some hazards are fairly well-known, like anti-freeze and chocolate. Others might surprise you! Choking/Ingesting Hazards: String and string-like items (including thread, yarn, dental floss, rubber bands, and Christmas tree tinsel) are […]

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Why to Confine your New Kitty

Watching your feline explore her new place can be a joy—but if you let your New Kitty have the run on of your home too soon, behavior problems may follow. That’s why it’s key to confine New Kitty! Starting out in a small room will help her feel more comfortable. Bonus: confinement encourages good litter box habits, […]

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Test Your Ringworm IQ

What comes to mind when you hear the word “Ringworm”? Did you think “Eww,” “No way!” or “Worms are gross”? If so, you aren’t the only one! But do you know the real facts? Answer the questions below to test your Ringworm IQ! TRUE OR FALSE? ____ Ringworm really is a worm. False. “Ringworm” is […]

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Cat Pawsitive: Positive Training for Shelter Cats

We are excited to announce that Seattle Area Feline Rescue was selected by The Jackson Galaxy Foundation (JGF) to participate in Cat Pawsitive, an initiative that introduces positive-reinforcement training to shelter cats. Jackson Galaxy (star of the television show My Cat from Hell on Animal Planet, and Founder of his namesake organization) developed Cat Pawsitive […]

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Now Hiring!

We’re happy to announce that the SAFe Rescue is now accepting applications for a brand new position: Customer Care/Office Associate! This full time team member will play a key role in helping both animals and people: Assist public and staff with a wide range of needs: adoptions, retail, office, and development tasks. Includes training volunteers when needed. […]

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